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Expert System has announced Cogito API, a configured API series for unstructured information within corporate intelligence, CRM, human resources, data management, knowledge management, and social media monitoring applications.

By using Cogito API, the company says that the topics, concepts, entities, relationships, and sentiment expressed in any massive collection of text can be analyzed and understood. The output is exported as XML, RDF, or another format and made instantly ready to use in enterprise solutions ranging from customer care, sentiment analysis, and advanced business intelligence.

"Companies want to better exploit the ever growing amounts of internal and external information," said Marco Varone, President and CTO, Expert System. "Cogito API is the perfect match for these needs and we're thrilled that the community of developers and all the organizations can leverage our semantic technology to increase in a significant way the value of their information across any sector, whether that is entering new markets, extending their customer reach, creating innovative products and services for market intelligence, or decision making and strategic planning."

Cogito API is available in CORE, the best option for a specific or limited activity, or in PACK allowing with just one call the capability to integrate CORE APIs for different industry taxonomies and sectors such as fashion, advertising, defense/intelligence, and media/publishing.

Developers, start-ups, solution providers, and system integrators can choose the solution that best suits their needs or combine different solutions to bring the power of semantic technology to their applications, including mobile.


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